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    Without beating around the bush, I'm basically wondering whether or not it's worth getting one of my exams remarked. I got a B overall, which I'm happy with, but in one test I got full marks, and in the other, 52 UMS (D). I was a bit surprised, but I'm looking to study History at Cambridge, so is it realistic that it could be remarked up to an A? I otherwise received 4 As (in Philosophy, English Lit, Politics and Citizenship) and a D in Critical Thinking (I'm quite inconsistent). Any advice would help me out as I can't decide whether to apply for Philosophy or History.

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    What exam board and topics did u do

    I got a B overall as well with A in one exam and a D in the other and I was thinking the exact same thing

    Im doing ocr and my A was in Germany democracy dictatorship and my D was in Churchill
 
 
 
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